EUCTI Training Announcement: Digital Communications in Civilian Crisis Management


Between 30th March and 1st April 2022 our partners from Centre for European Perspective (CEP) will conduct the second module of the Digital Communications in Civilian Crisis Management training. Module will be carried out in a residential format in Georgia. It is designed for the communication experts working in EU Monitoring Mission in Georgia (EUMM Georgia), but also in other international organizations being active in the field.

More theoretical first module was implemented in an online format last November and was a great success, according to the participants and trainers. The second module will enhance the knowledge and skills shared and gathered during the first module.

Participants already know from the first module that comprehensive and strategic communication is a key skill for governments, international organizations, companies and for peace operations. They also know that strategic digital communication and utilization of modern information technologies can increase transparency, public support, and trust. This is especially important in the field of civilian crisis management as it significantly contributes to achieving the mission mandates.

Now, this knowledge will be applied in practice with the help of leading experts and practitioners in the field. Some of the topics covered include the usage of visuals and infographics, visual storytelling, information verification and enhancing rhetorical skills. Participants will have the time to use the newly gained knowledge in practical workshops during the training and in the simulation at the end of the course.

We wish all the participants a successful start of the training and good future use of new (digital) communication skills!